New Zealand is a great place to visit for its rich cultural heritage, and Rotorua on the North Island has more than its share of cultural opportunities for families who want to try something really different. It's a place with something to offer everyone, regardless of age, so you'll allow plenty of time to stay in this unique part of New Zealand. There is a wide range of accommodation options in Rotorua as well.
If your family wants an adrenaline rush, Rotorua will have plenty to choose from. In fact, Rotorua can be a city that has the largest range of activities in one place that involve things like moving from the top of the hill to the bottom on a boor road. Sure, it quickly became the place to go for excitement and adventure for all ages, and a variety of these activities will keep younger family members panting for more. Do not expect them to lie down when you return to your family accommodation in Rotorua. It is a good choice to stay with lots of family activities on site, so children can jump, run and swim while catching your breath and find out the restaurant of your choice for dinner tonight. A hotel that can help you book activities and eat can also make life easier.
Day or night Rotorua is also a great place to experience Maori culture and history in New Zealand. There are many opportunities to see cultural performances in Maori Village's realistic venues. You may also want to visit Te Wairoa, a Maori village also known as Burial Village. He was buried after the eruption of Mount Tarawera in 1886 which also destroyed the famous pink and white terraces.
Rotorua is known for its huge range of geothermal activity. You'll notice this as soon as you enter the city, which is also called the city of sulfur because of hydrogen sulfide emissions that have a very distinct smell. do not worry. It does not take long before you forget the unusual odor and reveal the amazing geothermal activity such as mud ponds and hot springs in places like Cuero Park and Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley. Many of the family accommodation options in Rotorua also feature geothermal features, such as hot springs, which are ideal for relaxing after exciting day activities.
Set on the shores of Lake Rotorua, there are many lakes in the area, making the family boating experience an ideal choice. There are many options for family fishing trips, kayaking adventures, sailing, water skiing or simply swimming in attractive lakes just a short distance from the city. Some of the best family accommodation in Rotorua are located around the lakes, giving the visitor a wonderful and peaceful view to relax after a busy day and adventure with the family.